Monday, December 5, 2016


We are happy to report that we do not have a lot of footage from this morning's skijor due to heavy falling snow covering the GoPro!

Here is one fun shot showing the flakes falling all around us:
A "big flake" in front of the camera and centered between Max & Zorro. The blur to the upper
left is a big snowflake that hit & melted on the camera case. All the white speckles you see against
the trees are fresh falling snowflakes. Yay!
Quick pause to take in the falling snow...
"Loving it!" exclaims happy Max.
"Great, except.... Why are we stopped?!?" asks curious Zorro wondering why we are still.
As with above, all the white speckles you see are snowflakes. Look how big some of the
flakes are above/left of Zorro and above/between Max & Zorro!
Fresh falling snow also means...
"Must roll and take it all in!" declares snow rolling Max. Note his face is covered in snow
and it sure looks like a smile on his face too!
"Brother is a flat tire... Can we get going again, yet?" asks all-business Zorro :)

A "Let it Snow" run up/down Boreas Pass: 8.4 miles traveled with 900 feet of elevation climbed and fresh falling snow all morning long!

2016/2017 Season to Date: 26 days on the trails covering 192.5 miles with 19150 feet of elevation climbed.

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